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Ashish Sharma


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Add-in Express™ 2007 for Microsoft.NET Standard
Posted 11 Mar, 2008 09:52:53 Top
Ashish Sharma


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Hi Please mail me your Yahoo Chat or Googletalk or Skype chatid to my mail id caveatashish@gmail.com so that i can get instant help
Posted 11 Mar, 2008 10:10:54 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Ashish, I have just sent you an email. Please check your inbox.
Posted 11 Mar, 2008 11:13:18 Top
Ashish Sharma


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Hi Sergey,

With the new setup my formborderstyle is change and not reverting back and i m not able to get title bar for form.
That too all the control in the form are not working in fact the button in the forms are not getting clicked
i m uisng adxolForm
Posted 11 Mar, 2008 14:24:50 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Ashish.

The fact is that ADXOlForms is not designed to use them in Word. Please change the base class of your forms to Form.

Posted 12 Mar, 2008 06:55:57 Top
Ashish Sharma


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Hi sergey,

I face the above problem with the updated addin tool the link which you had mailed me yesterday,

if i m using the old setup of addin all the adxol forms are working fine and all the button are getting clicked
Posted 12 Mar, 2008 07:14:24 Top
Ashish Sharma


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Hi Sergey,

My addins is designed to work with word and outlook so if i use normal forms instead of adxolform will it be compatible with both word and outlook
Posted 12 Mar, 2008 07:38:04 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Ashish, I would advise you to move all controls from the ADXOlForm to the UserControl component. Then you will able to put the user control into the ADXOlForm (for Outlook ) or Form (for Word) classes at runtime.
Posted 12 Mar, 2008 07:56:40 Top
Ashish Sharma


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Hi Sergey,

So i have to designe two forms one for the MS Word and other for the outlook
Posted 12 Mar, 2008 08:14:52 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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No, you need to design one user control and put it on two forms: one for Word and other for Oulook. It can be done at the design-time too.
Posted 12 Mar, 2008 08:32:31 Top